Hooting Yard: Geological Upheavals

“Far, far away, there is a galaxy of shattered stars, stars crumpled and curdled and destitute, and there is a planet tucked in among these sorry stars, a tiny pink planet of gas and water and thick foliage, and tucked in among the fronds and creepers and enormous leaves of this foliage lie millions of unhatched eggs, and when they hatch they will hatch millions of magnetic mute blind love monkeys.” Extract from Far Far Away

  • Rose Garden
  • Epoch of Snares
  • Far Far Away
  • Fear Eats the Soul

This episode of Hooting Yard was first broadcast on the 6th September 2006. A complete transcript of this episode can be found on Frank Key’s Hooting Yard website. Photo by oswaldo.

One thought on “Hooting Yard: Geological Upheavals

  1. Shane

    I loved this episode! The way “Rose Garden” was written was so cool! It started with a cliched phrase and wove such an out-of-the-ordinary story from there! And “Far Far Away” was nifty . . . the idea of the existence of love monkey is so warped and wonderful. Keep up the great work! I love the podcast . . . it is inspiring me to write more often.

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